2022 Visions Off-Road Championships

2022 Visions Off-Road Championships

The JConcepts crew packed up and headed out to Jay, Oklahoma for the Visions Off-Highway Championships. This was the primary RC occasion ever held on the Mid-America Outside Facility and the workforce with the power in addition to the LiveRC crew didn’t disappoint.

Images Courtesy Of: LiveRC

Mid-America Outdoors is a 3000+ Acre Off-Highway park with a brief course observe, U4 Off-Highway course, rock bouncer course, swap again course, pit-bike observe, live performance venues, eating places, bars, and an epic pool which features a lazy river, splash pad, play floor, and lounge! This 12 months they determined to construct an RC observe and host a $30,000 invitational.

Naturally the payout and the proposed manufacturing of a 1 hour MavTV particular introduced out the stiffest of competitors for the Invitational class in addition to a number of open class standouts trying to be part of the Invite ranks.

The occasion began out with a apply day for the invitational drivers to get snug with the observe in addition to seeding for the open class racers.

Open Seeding:

Nitro Buggy:
1st Phi-Lengthy Nguyen
third Kaden Fuller
4th Braxten Culley
sixth Tyler Hooks
eighth Austin Wick

1st Mason Fuller
4th Spencer Rivkin
eighth Seth VanDalen
ninth Ryan Maifield
tenth Phi-Lengthy Nguyen

The occasion featured an attention-grabbing method of filling out the ultimate 4 invitational spots, Every TQ driver from every spherical of Open Buggy qualifying would transfer to Invite in addition to the general TQ after the three rounds. Every driver would obtain $1,000. JConcepts drivers took 3 of the 4 spots.

Open Spherical 1 TQ: Phi-Lengthy Nguyen
Open Spherical 2 TQ: Tyler Hooks
Open Spherical 3 TQ: Kaden Fuller

Earlier than the ultimate invitational buggy most important was the Open buggy most important. Austin Wick would lead for some time earlier than finally ending up a tough fought 2nd with Braxten Culley ending up simply off the rostrum in 4th.

Open Nitro Buggy Outcomes:
2nd Austin Wick
4th Braxten Culley
sixth Robert Chapman
thirteenth Trevor Michalesko

Mason Fuller would take the general TQ in Open Ebuggy in addition to the win within the class taking dwelling $1,000 of his personal for his achievements. He would greatest the remainder taking a 3 second win over Ty Tessmann in addition to Ryan Pavidis.

General Ebuggy Outcomes:
1st Mason Fuller
4th Spencer Rivkin
fifth Kaden Fuller
ninth Ryan Maifield
tenth Seth VanDalen
twelfth Phi-Lengthy Nguyen

Lastly the massive cash was given out on Saturday following the three invitational most important occasions. Ryan Maifield took the first most important occasion win with Jared Wiggins taking the 2nd win, and Ty Tessmann profitable the third. Maifield was in nice place to take the general win earlier than bother struck within the 2nd most important and an unlucky incident occurred within the third most important. In the end he would fall out of competition in what was in any other case a robust displaying. The entire JConcepts drivers fought as arduous because the may on the robust floor and ended up with the next outcomes. Congratulations to Jared Wiggins on his Invitational win.

General Invite Nitro Buggy Outcomes:
sixth Spencer Rivkin
seventh Ryan Maifield
eleventh Seth VanDalen
twelfth Kaden Fuller
thirteenth Tyler Hooks
14th Phi-Lengthy Nguyen

Within the qualifiers drivers utilized Blue compound Reflex and Stalker tires with Filth-Tech Inserts and Bullet Wheels. Transferring into the primary occasions the workforce used Blue and Aqua Reflex, Stalker, and Recon tread patterns with Filth-Tech Inserts and Bullet Wheels. Drivers additionally used the F2I wing in addition to S15 bodies, Fin Titanium Turnbuckles, and RM2 accessories. Newly on show was the JConcepts electronic switch in addition to the all new fuel bottle, and the just lately launched JC pit bag.

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